In several cases, the Supreme Court has held that warrantless surveillance by manned aircraft doesn't violate the Fourth Amendment. But small, cheap, maneuverable, and often undetectable drones may create cases, writes Gene Healy, in which a difference in degree becomes a difference in kind.
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